Regular events to give you more
Creating shared experiences for residents in all our buildings.
We’re big on community here at Affinity Living. It’s a theme and message you’ve probably seen across lots of our marketing. That’s because it’s at the very heart of what we’re about.
We want to help turn neighbours into friends. And want to make the whole building feel like home – not just the four walls inside your apartment.
New experiences on your doorstep.
We regularly take over our communal spaces to host an amazing variety of resident events, designed to offer a little something for everyone.
Gin tastings. Craft workshops. Book clubs. Salsa dance classes. Regular social mixers. And even parties for our four-legged residents.
There’s always plenty happening. And our resident events are almost always completely free of charge. It’s just one of the perks of living at Affinity!
Bringing the best of Manchester to your door.
Living in the city centre puts so many amazing restaurants, bars, and shops right on your doorstep. And we want to connect our residents with the very best the city has to offer.
We work with local icons and independent gems to offer exclusive evenings just for Affinity Living residents. Whether it’s pop-up shops or takeover nights, you can enjoy the best brands in the city from the comfort of your own home.
Events shaped by you.
Our residents are at the heart of our buildings. So, we host events that are inspired by your passions and interests. We don’t do things to brag (even though we could). We do them to make your home better.
We use our resident’s feedback and interests to shape our events calendars and clubs, making sure we plan the things you want to see.
Bringing people closer together.
Our events help you get to know your neighbours. Whether you’re new in town, or just want be part of a bigger community, our wide variety of resident events make it easier for you to find your people.
We design our experiences around you, helping create a genuine community that’s inclusive and welcoming. All that’s missing is you.